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Family: Man takes own life after shooting ex-girlfriend

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Shawanda Spratling, 33 Shawanda Spratling, 33
DETROIT (WJBK) -

Police believe a man who shot and killed his ex-girlfriend took his own life following a police chase that ended on Detroit's west side.

Family members tell FOX 2's Andrea Isom that 35-year-old Larry Crawford fatally shot Shawanda Spratling, 33, earlier this week.

Police are trying to figure out what lead to the shooting, but they do say Crawford fled from police in Southfield on Wednesday afternoon.

Police pursued and the chase ended on Freeland Street when Crawford  fatally shot himself in the head.

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